Surfing Victoria, VicHealth's TeamUp and the Melbourne Sports Aquatics Centre (MSAC) are giving you the chance to win a master class at the MSAC FlowRider with former Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach runner up, Adam Robertson.
Surfing Victoria, TeamUp and the Melbourne Sports Aquatics Centre (MSAC) are giving you the chance to win a master class at the MSAC FlowRider with former Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach runner up, Adam Robertson.
The competition will be run via TeamUp, ( www.teamup.com.au ), VicHealth's free physical activity smart phone and Facebook app that connects people who are looking for an exercise partner. All users have to do is download the app, log in, and contact the activity, MSAC Master Class with Adam Robertson, via the ‘Get in Touch' tab.
The MSAC Flow Rider is a combination of Surfing, Wakeboarding and snowboarding all in one. A thin layer of water is shot up a slope, which creates a stationary non-breaking wave, which allows surfers to complete turns and tricks on the wave.
Ten TeamUp competition entrants will be selected at random to be part of the session at the MSAC flowrider on Friday 26th July at 5:30pm. Winners will be notified by Monday 22nd July.
The class will include an Induction Session, Flow Board lesson, Team Up/Flow Rider Prize pack and the chance to hang out with Adam Robertson adding up to over $100 value!
To download the Team Up app, head to www.teamup.com.au
For more information, contact the Surfing Victoria office on (03) 5261 2907.
About Team Up: VicHealth's TeamUp is a physical activity connection tool that allows you to search for and participate in a range of activities with others. You can participate in other people's posted activities or organise your own and post them for others to join. This can be anything from AFL to abseiling, kiteboarding to karate, soccer to swimming, or anything else you're into, or would like to get into. Whether you're looking for casual or social participation or ongoing memberships, TeamUp has you covered. You can search for different sports, locations, times and dates. All activities are clearly marked with the age group, gender cost and skill level expected of participants. It's free to download, but some activities listed on the app may cost money to join. www.teamup.com.au
About MSAC: The Melbourne Sports and Aquatics Centre was constructed in 1997 and is home to a number of Olympic athletes from swimming, diving, squash, basketball and table tennis. MSAC boasts a 75 metre indoor pool, including diving facilities, and a 50 metre outdoor pool. MSAC's stadium facilities include a show court suitable for international basketball, volleyball, gymnastics and martial arts events, plus two sports halls, which are regularly used for basketball, badminton and table tennis. The MSAC Flow Rider was opened in 2012. www.msac.com.au
About Surfing Victoria: Surfing Victoria is recognized by the State Government of Victoria and surf industry as the organizing body for surfing in Victoria. Surfing Victoria conducts a range of age and discipline events, also, educational programs to coaches, instructors, recreational surfers and competitors. Our services are delivered by a key network of regional coaches, affiliated clubs and surf schools. Benefits and insurance's are provided to our members and affiliated clubs and surf schools. www.surfingvic.com